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Momus Triumphans, Or, the Plagiaries of the English Stage,

Langbaine, Gerard the younger

Momus Triumphans, Or, the Plagiaries of the English Stage,

by Langbaine, Gerard the younger

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Published by AMS Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Bibliographies & Indexes,
  • Reference

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    Publication / Augustan Reprint Society

    The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL10179502M
    ISBN 100404701507
    ISBN 109780404701505

    English Dramatick Poets: Abraham Cowley. PUBLICATIONS: An exact catalogue of all the comedies that were ever printed or published, till this present year The hunter: a discourse on horsemanship. Momus triumphans: or, the plagiaries of the English stage. An account of the English dramatick poets. An Account of the English Dramatick Poets (The English stage: attack and defense) by Gerard Langbaine and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at

    Search this site: Humanities. Architecture and Environmental Design; Art History. New catalogue of English plays. Momus triumphans: or, The plagiaries of the English stage; expos’d in a catalogue of all the comedies, tragi-comedies, masques, tragedies, opera’s, pastorals, interludes, &c. both ancient and modern, that were ever yet printed in English. The names of their known and supposed authors.

      Gerard Langbaine's Momus Triumphans: or, The Plagiaries of the English Stage (), an early consumer manual of sorts, offers further evidence that disingenuous marketing occurred regularly in the late seventeenth century.   In November appeared a work by Langbaine called 'Momus Triumphans, or the Plagiaries of the English Stage exposed, in a Catalogue of Comedies, Tragedies,' and so forth. Two title-pages are met with, one bearing the name of Nicholas Cox of Oxford as publisher, the other that of Sam Holford of Pall Mall, London.


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Get this from a library. Momus triumphans: or, The plagiaries of the English stage. [Gerard Langbaine]. Momus Triumphans: or, The Plagiaries of the English Stage (). Introduction by David Stuart : intro. LANGBAINE (G). RODES (D.S). Free kindle book and epub digitized and proofread by Project Gutenberg.

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Both ancient and modern, that were ever yet printed in English. The names of their known and book authors. Their several volumes and editions: with an account of the various originals, as well. Reprint of the (or ) ed. of Momus triumphans, printed for N.C.

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A remarkable testimony to the growing concern for originality versus plagiarism is Gerard Langbaine: Momus Triumphans; or, The Plagiaries of the English Stage (London, /R). Gerard Langbaine's Momus Triumphans: or, The Plagiaries of the English Stage (), an early consumer manual of sorts, offers further evidence that disingenuous marketing occurred regularly in the late seventeenth century.

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Momus Triumphans: Or the Plagiaries of the English Stage ([]). Notes. Based on his "New catalogue of English plays, London, [Dec. ]" an unauthorized edition of which had appeared a month earlier under title: Momus triumphans: or, The plagiaries of the English stage.

(Langbaine's Catalogue was first published in November under a false title, Momus Triumphans: or The Plagiaries of the English Stage, which mocked what others considered Langbaine's obsessive concern with plagiarism. In the correct edition that followed, Langbaine complained that "My friends may think me Lunatick.".

Book from Project Gutenberg: or, the Plagiaries of the English Stage ([]) --by David Stuart Rodes; Gerard Langbaine. texts. eye 15 favorite 0 comment 0. Book from Project Gutenberg: Momus Triumphans: or, the Plagiaries of the English Stage ([]) Topics: English drama -- Bibliography, Z Source: Momus Triumphans, or the Plagiaries of the English Stage exposed.

A new Catalogue of English Plays. An Account of the English Dramatic Poets, or some observations and remarks on the lives and writings of all those that have published either comedies, tragedies, tragicomedies, pastorals, masques, interludes, farces, or operas, in the. The title page of Gerard Laingbaine’s Momus Triumphans: Or, The Plagiaries of the English Stage (London: for N.

C., ). Image courtesy of the Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Yale University. Figure The title page of the falsely dated quarto of Sir John Oldcastle. A New History of the English Stage from the Restoration to the Liberty of the Theatres 2 vols.

London: Tinsley Brothers, Fleay, F.G. A Chronicle History of the London Stage, –   The Hunter: a Discourse of Horsemanship () Momus Triumphans, or the Plagiaries of the English Stage exposed, in a Catalogue of Comedies, Tragedies () A New Catalogue of English Plays ().

Abstract [16],[32], p., [5] leaves of plates: on: New catalogue of English plays, London, [Dec. ], an unauthorized ed. of which had appeared a month earlier under title: Momus triumphans, or, The plagiaries of the English stage.A new ed., revised by Charles Gildon, appeared as: The lives and characters of the English dramatick poets.

Errata on p. Momus triumphans, or, The plagiaries of the English stage [microform]: expos'd in a catalogue of all th Momus triumphans, or, The plagiaries of the English stage .Langbaine's primary objective in A New Catalogue of English Plays (), better known under its spurious title, Momus Triumphans, is to defend the rights of playgoers and book-buyers who are notoriously 'impos'd on by English out of Italian from the Aminta of Tasso (London, ), sigs.Langbaine, Gerard.

Momus triumphans, or, the plagiaries of the English stage: expos'd in a catalogue of all the comedies, tragi-comedies, masques, tragedies, opera's, pastorals, interludes, &c. both ancient and modern, that were ever yet printed in English (London, ); as An Account of the English Dramatic Poets ().